10 & 11 September 2013, Istanbul
The only wholesale-focussed event bringing together the leading international and regional carriers and service providers in Eurasia
With the continued growth of capacity demand in the region and increased interest in alternative routes for international connectivity, Eurasia is still the centre of attention for potential growth and carrier business opportunities. Join us at Capacity Eurasia 2013 for a world-class executive networking experience, and in-depth perspectives into this dynamic region.
1. New cables and upgrades: learn about the impact of alternative routes and cable upgrades
2. IP transit and OTT services: an overview of IP transit, transit hubs and the demand for OTT services in Eurasia
3. Spotlight on Azerbaijan, Armenia, Iran and Turkmenistan: understand the potential of these growth telecoms markets
Key statistics from 2012:
- The number of attendees grew by 26%
- The number of exhibitors grew by 46%
- 112 companies participated from 43 countries
Who should attend?
Capacity Eurasia 2013 will provide an ideal networking opportunity and valuable business intelligence for tier 1, 2 and 3 carriers, ISPs, data centres, co-location facilities and solution providers active in Europe, the Middle East, Russia & the CIS, and Asia.
i3 Workshop Eurasia 2013
The next installment in the i3 Workshop Series 2013 will take place on Monday 9 September 2013 in Istanbul, the day before Capacity Eurasia 2013. Join senior representatives from the i3 Forum, carriers, MNOs, and solution providers for an update on the development of IPX, and the continuing migration to IP infrastructure. To receive further information on the agenda or how to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 207 779 7274.
Capacity Eurasia is an important event and the reason was a reoccurring theme on all the panel discussions Eurasia is a strategic, underutilised market that holds a lot of potential for carriers wanting to explore an alternative route to the existing traditional route. This speaks to us as a carrier as we believe one of our value added propositions is diversity in terms of service and in terms of geographic reach.
Mohamed Elagazy, SVP, International Relations, Business Development & Strategy, GBI